Kevin Lamy is returning for his second stint as an assistant coach with the women's soccer team, having previously worked with the program in 2006 after concluding his playing career with the Bucs' men.
Lamy spent the 2007 and 2008 seasons on the men's staff, as the Bucs went 16-15-3.
He was a four-year standout with the Barry men’s side from 2000-2003. He began his career as a winger, playing in 35 games and starting 19. His last two seasons, he shifted back to defense and helped lead the Bucs to a 1.18 goals against average over two seasons. He helped the Bucs post one of the best seasons in school history with nine shutouts and a 0.75 goals against average as a junior.
For his career, he contributed three goals, including the game-winner against Lenoir-Rhyne as a sophomore, and seven assists. He is tied for fifth in games played with 73 and 13th in minutes.
A native of Trinidad, he led Honved F.C. to the East Zone U-20 league championship in 1997 and the 1999 University of the West Indies Super League championship title.
He earned two degrees from Barry: a bachelor’s degree in sport management in 2004 and a master’s degree in higher education administration in 2007.